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INDEX

TO THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE, FIRST SESSION THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS.

A.

Adjournment, final.............
..120,
156, 336, 357, 365, 420, 426
Alexandria, bill (S. No. 66) declaring the act to
retrocede the county of, in the District of
Columbia, to the State of Virginia, to be un-
constitutional, and for repealing the same,
368, 391, 420
Allegiance, bill (S. No. 54) requiring an oath of,
and to support the Constitution of the Uni-
ted States, to be administered to certain per-
sons in the civil service of the United States,
311, 443, 454
Anthony, Henry B., a Senator from Rhode
Island... .40, 53, 103, 136, 178, 206, 215,
217, 253, 288, 362, 416, 419, 426, 443, 450
resolutions by......
...40, 253, 426, 443
remarks on the death of Hon. Stephen A.
Douglas........
.......31
remarks on the Rhode Island resolutions relat-
ing to the Naval Academy.........
155
remarks on organizing the Army, 167, 180, 181
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54)......321, 322
Appeals, in cases of private land claims and sur-

veys in the State of California, bill (S. No.
60) relative to....
.362, 436, 454
Appropriations: for the support of the Army for
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1862, and for
arrearages for the fiscal year ending June 30,
1861..............................79, 83, 103, 120, 134, 234
for the naval service for the year ending the
30th of June, 1862, and for arrearages for the
year ending the 30th of June, 1861.........79,
83, 120, 135, 144, 194, 234
for the legislative, executive, and judicial ex-
penses of the Government for the year end-
ing the 30th of June, 1862, and for arrearages
for the year ending 30th of June, 1861....84,
102, 207, 234, 256, 259, 276, 362
for sundry civil expenses of the Government
for the year ending the 30th of June, 1862,
and for arrearages for the year ending 30th
of June, 1861......84, 103, 207, 208, 234, 276
further, for the naval service for the year end-
ing June 30, 1862.....374, 380, 400, 426, 441
for the purchase of arms for the volunteers and
the regular troops 313, 336, 438
to pay the expenses of the investigating com-
mittees....
.371,380, 426, 438
.369, 426, 427, 438, 454
for field fortifications for the defense of the city
of Washington and elsewhere........371, 380
Approval and confirmation of certain acts of the
President of the United States, joint resolu-
tion (S. No. 1) for the......
..2,
16, 21, 40, 64, 127, 137, 177, 208,
220, 234, 276, 288, 332, 391, 451, 452
Armored ships, bill (S. No. 36) to provide for
the construction of one or more, and floating
batteries......
.......205, 218, 235,

for fortifications.....

236, 256, 276, 277, 344, 363, 371, 400, 426
Armory, bill to establish a national, in the State
of New Jersey......
..........154, 274
bill (S. No. 19) to establish a national, on Rock
Island...
.78, 253
Arms, joint resolution (S. No. 2) to remit the
duties upon certain, imported into the Uni-
ted States........
..21, 27, 40, 234

SENATE.

Arms-Continued.

bill (S. No. 6) to refund and remit the duties
on, imported by the States....... ......27,

50, 54, 220, 227, 236, 362
joint resolution (S. No. 11) to repeal so much
of the third section of the act making appro-
priations for the legislative, executive, and
judicial expenses of the Government for the
year ending the 30th of June, 1861, approved
June 23, 1860, as prohibits the purchase or
use of patented, or military supplies......279
bill (S. No. 38) making an appropriation to pay
the expenses of transporting and delivering,
and munitions of war to the loyal citizens of
the States of which the inhabitants now are
or hereafter may be in rebellion against the
Government of the United States, and to pro-
vide for the expense of organizing them into
companies, battalions, regiments, or other-
wise, for their own protection against domes-
tic violence, insurrection, invasion, or rebel-
lion.......
.226, 288, 312, 332, 365
bill (S. No. 52) to provide for the purchase of,
ordnance, and ordnance stores..
..308,
312, 371, 400, 426
bill (H. R. No. 81) making an appropriation
for the purchase of, for the volunteers and
the regular troops of the United States...313,
336, 438

(See Volunteers.)
Army, bill (S. No. 2) to increase the present mili-
tary establishment of the United States, 2, 16,
27, 110, 123, 208, 220, 234, 276, 279, 297, 312
remarks on the, by-

Mr. Bingham..
Mr. Clarke.......
Mr. Collamer....
Mr. Doolittle....
Mr. Fessenden...
Mr. Foster......
Mr. Grimes.....

....127
126

.123, 125, 127, 220
..114
.............................113, 114, 279
.114, 127
..112,
113, 114, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127
....124
.....110, 115, 123

....126
......127

Mr. Hale.
Mr. Harris.....
Mr. Howe.....
Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee..
Mr. King... 110, 114, 123, 126, 127, 220, 221
Mr. Lane, of Kansas...... ..113, 114, 125
Mr. Latham................................................
...112
Mr. McDougall...
.114, 221
Mr. Nesmith............
Mr. Rice................................................................
Mr. Sumner.......... ........................................
Mr. Wade.........
Mr. Wilson.......

.111, 112, 113, 115

...115
...115
.111, 115

.2, 16, 27, 110,
111, 112, 113, 114, 123, 125, 220, 234, 279
yeas and nays on the.....
...127
bill (S. No. 3) providing for the better organi-
zation of the military establishment...2, 16,
40, 71, 84, 127, 157, 178, 220, 234, 235,
257, 265, 297, 309, 371, 374, 400, 426
remarks on the, by-
Mr. Anthony
Mr. Baker.......
Mr. Bayard

Mr. Bingham.......
Mr. Breckinridge..

..167, 180, 181
..162, 166, 309, 372
...180
.181, 194, 310
...186,

190, 191, 192, 193, 194

Army, bill (S. No. 3) providing for the better or-
ganization of the-Continued.

remarks on the, by-

Mr. Bright.......

Mr. Browning..

.192, 193
.187, 188, 189

Mr. Carlile..... 182, 184, 187, 189, 190, 194
Mr. Chandler......... .181, 182, 183, 193
Mr. Clark......159, 160, 161, 167, 182, 194
Mr. Collamer......
......71,

163, 164, 181, 183, 194, 235, 371, 372
Mr. Dixon.........
..187
Mr. Doolittle.....89, 90, 183, 185, 191, 192
Mr. Fessenden....... ..86, 87, 88, 89, 90,
91, 163, 179, 180, 183, 184, 192, 193, 310
Mr. Foot.......
..86
Mr. Foster.............87, 162, 163, 164, 166
Mr. Grimes......
85,86 87,

88, 90, 91, 157, 160, 161, 163, 165, 166,
167, 179, 181, 185, 193, 235, 310, 371, 372
Mr. Hale......86, 87, 88, 89, 158, 160, 161,

162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 235, 309, 310,311
Mr. Harris...88, 90, 91, 180, 181, 182, 183
Mr. Howe.
Mr. Kennedy
Mr. King

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Mr. Trumbull..........89, 91, 183, 184, 235
Mr. Wade........89, 180, 181, 182, 191
Mr. Wilson.....
...2, 16, 40, 71,
84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 90, 91, 127, 157, 158,
159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167,
178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186,
191, 193, 235, 265, 309, 310, 311, 371,372
yeas and nays on the.....
.......86,
91, 163, 166, 184, 192, 194, 372
bill (S. No. 7) to promote the efficiency of the,
and Navy..
.40
bill (S. No. 4) to promote the efficiency of the,
2, 16, 17

bill (H. R. No. 27) to promote the efficiency of
the.........

joint resolution (No. 7) expressing the sym-
pathy of Congress with the bereaved families
and friends of our soldiers who have fallen in
defense of the Republic........ ..........400
joint resolution (S. No. 7) in relation to the
bonds of paymasters in the............206, 218
bill (S. No. 58) supplementary to an act to in-
crease the present military establishment of
the United States, approved July 29, 1861,
361, 374, 420, 441

Army-Continued.

bill (H. R. No. 88) providing for the monthly
payment of troops.......... .........365, 420
bill (S. No. 72) to increase the pay of the pri

vates in the regular, and of the volunteers in
the service of the United States.............454
bill (S. No. 69) to increase the pay of the non-
commissioned officers, musicians, and pri-
vates of the regular, volunteers, marines, and
seamen in the service of the United States, 438,
442, 443
bill (H. R. No. 18) making additional appro-
priations for the support of the, for the
fiscal year ending June 30, 1862, and ap-
propriations of arrearages for the fiscal
year ending June 30, 1861..................79,
83, 103, 120, 134, 234||

remarks on the, by-

Mr. Collamer...
..121
Mr. Fessenden......103, 120, 121, 122, 123
Mr. Grimes.....
.120, 121
.123
122, 123
121
.122

Mr. Harris.......

Mr. King......
Mr. Trumbull..

Mr. Wilson.....
Attorney General, bill (S. No. 16) concerning
the, and the attorneys and marshals of the
several districts...62, 134, 365, 381, 426, 454
bill (S. No. 67) explanatory of an act concern-
ing the, and the attorneys and marshals of
the several districts................426, 441, 454
Attorney of the United States for the southern

district of New York, bill (S. No. 59) in re-
lation to the office of........362, 421, 441, 454

B.

Baker, Edward D., a Senator from Oregon...78,
433, 455
remarks on the approval of the acts of the
President
..42, 44, 45, 69, 141
remarks on the organization of the Army, 162,
166, 309, 372
remarks on the insurrection and sedition bill,
373, 377, 378, 379, 380
speech on the same........
..........378
remarks on the organization of courts in Ken-
tucky and Missouri......................423, 424
Baltimore, bill (H. R. No. 76) to provide for the
payment of the police organized by the Uni-
ted States for the city of..
.236,
239, 242, 257, 276, 362
Batteries, bill (S. No. 36) to provide for the con-
struction of one or more armored ships and
floating.....
.205, 218, 235,

tors........

236, 256, 276, 277, 344, 363, 371, 400, 426
Battery at Hoboken, New Jersey, joint resolu-
tion (H. R. No. 1) authorizing the appoint-
ment of examiners to examine a steam float-
ing
.....208, 218, 234, 276
Bayard, James A., a Senator from Delaware, 177,
180, 312, 332, 336, 436
remarks on the expulsion of certain Sena-
.......63
remarks on the approval of the acts of the
President.
..71, 208, 332, 453
remarks on the admission of the Senators from
Virginia........ .103, 104, 105, 107, 108
remarks on the bill to punish conspiracies, 232,
233, 234
remarks on the insurrection and sedition bill,
336, 341, 342, 343, 364, 372, 381, 382
remarks on the Maryland resolutions, 419, 420
remarks on the organization of courts in Ken-
tucky and Missouri.....
.424
remarks in relation to the office of President
pro tempore.
..437
remarks on the memorial of F. P. Stanton, 439
Bingham, Kinsley S., a Senator from Michigan,
50,127, 227,275, 433, 434, 443, 450, 451, 454
remarks on the approval of the acts of the
President........
.........141, 142, 453
remarks on the organization of the Army, 181,
194, 310
Breckinridge, John C., a Senator from Kentucky,
11, 81, 136, 207, 275, 312, 347, 397,
405, 406, 433, 434, 442, 443, 452
remarks on the approval of the acts of the
President.......
.71, 127,
137, 141, 142, 143, 392, 393, 452, 453
speech on the same............................
....137
remarks on the organization of the Army, 186,
190, 191, 192, 193, 194
remarks on the confiscation bill...218, 219, 434
remarks on the objects of the war, 261, 262, 265

Breckinridge, John C., a Senator from Ken- || Collamer, Jacob, a Senator from Vermont....64,

tucky-Continued.

remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54)......322, 323
remarks on the insurrection and sedition bill,
341, 342, 343, 372, 373,
376, 377, 378, 379, 382
speech on the same..
..376
remarks on the memorial of F. P. Stanton, 406,
407, 440
remarks on the organization of courts in Ken-
tucky and Missouri ...... .423, 424, 426
Bridge across the Potomac river, bill (S. No. 46)
to provide for the construction of a.........253,
275, 454
bill (S. No. 45) to make an appropriation for
the rebuilding and repair of the Long, 243, 253
Bright, Jesse D., a Senator from Indiana......42,
78, 218, 277, 400, 434, 450, 451
remarks on organization of the Army, 192, 193
remarks on the supplementary loan bill, 396, 397
Browning, Orville H., a Senator from Illinois, 62,
82, 102, 120, 226, 236, 243, 370, 404, 405, 406
credentials of, presented.
...1
resolutions by
..82
remarks on the death of Hon. Stephen A. Doug-
las..........
..29
remarks on the employment of volunteers...81
remarks on the organization of the Army, 187,
188, 189
remarks on the objects of the war......263, 265
remarks on insurrection and sedition bill...372
remarks on the memorial of F. P. Stanton in
relation to the senatorship from Kansas, 438,
439, 441
Business continued to next session.......417, 453
C.

California private land claims, bill (S. No. 60)
relative to appeals to the Supreme Court of
the United States.....
..362, 436, 454
Cannon, Olivia W., bill to renew pension of, 40
Carlile, John S., a Senator from Virginia....365,
435, 443, 444
credentials of, presented.....
...103
remarks on the organization of the Army, 182,
184, 187, 189, 190, 194
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54)......322, 400
remarks on the insurrection and sedition bill,
338, 339, 381
Chandler, Zachariah, a Senator from Michigan,

11, 62, 78, 83, 120, 134, 232, 236, 274,
275, 323, 362, 368, 369, 391, 420, 450, 455
remarks on the organization of the Army, 181,
182, 183, 193
..236,
237, 238, 239
.40

remarks on the revenue marine bill

Chaplain, election of...
Civil expenses of the Government for the year
ending the 30th of June, 1862, bill (H. R.
No. 26) making additional appropriations for
sundry, and appropriations of arrearages for
the year ending 30th of June, 1861.........84,
103, 207, 208, 234, 276

Claims, the Committee on.......
.17
discharged from subjects.......
.434
Clark, Daniel, a Senator from New Hampshire,
79, 126, 136, 168, 206, 218, 221, 235,
237, 253, 275, 391, 418, 419, 433, 434
resolutions by
.40
remarks on the resolution for the expulsion of
certain Senators................. .40, 62, 63, 64
remarks on the approval of the acts of the Pres-
ident............
.............................40, 41, 395
remarks on employment of volunteers...52, 53
remarks on the organization of the Army, 159,
160, 161, 167, 182, 194
remarks on the bill to promote the efficiency of
the volunteer forces....
..239, 240
remarks on the objects of the war......260, 265
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54)......315, 319
remarks on the insurrection and sedition bill,
342, 343, 375
remarks on the bill for the construction of float-
ing batteries........
...........345, 346
remarks on the memorial of Frederick P. Stan-
ton..........
.439

Clerk, resignation of a .........
principal executive, appointment of...........27
Clerks, bill (No. 46) to authorize the Secretary
of the Navy to employ temporary.........144
Cod fisheries, bill (S. No. 57) proposing to repeal
all laws allowing bounties on the tonnage of
vessels engaged in the bank or other.....362,
368, 420, 427

.29

71, 78, 83, 84, 120, 121, 136, 217, 226,
236, 243, 257, 258, 297, 332, 369, 370,
391, 420, 421, 425, 433, 444, 450, 451
resolutions by.......
.436
remarks on the death of Hon. Stephen A. Doug-
las.........
remarks on the employment of volunteers, 50,
51, 80, 81
remarks on the organization of the Army...71,
163, 164, 181, 183, 194, 235, 371, 372
remarks on the admission of the Senators from
Virginia......
.....106
remarks on the bill to increase the Army, 123,
125, 127, 220
remarks on bill to punish conspiracies, 233,277
remarks on the bill to promote the efficiency of
the volunteer forces
.240
remarks on the objects of the war........ ..243,
257,258,259
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54)...........253,
318, 319, 321, 322, 396, 398
remarks on the resolution approving of the acts
of the President.....................297, 393, 453
remarks on the insurrection and sedition bill,
338, 342, 374, 375, 381
remarks on the memorial of F. P. Stanton in
relation to the senatorship from Kansas, 407,
438, 439
remarks in relation to the office of President
pro tempore.......
....436, 437, 438
Commandants of navy-yards: bill (H. R. No.
78) to amend an act supplementary to an act
providing for a naval peace establishment,
288, 297, 332, 358, 362, 371, 381, 438
Commerce, the Committee on ....................
instructions to...

.17

..253

bills reported from,62, 232, 274, 275,368, 369,391
discharged from subjects..
.232, 368
Commission to examine and report as to the com-

pensation of all officers of the Government,
bill (S. No. 48) providing a..
...253,
275, 313, 362, 365
Committees, standing......................................................11, 17, 103
select-
to inquire into the practicability of changing
the construction of the Senate chamber, 16,
21, 454
on the bill to promote the efficiency of the
Army......
17

on the Pacific railroad bill......................................................135
on the surrender of the Pensacola navy-yard,
216, 253, 332
of conference-
on the bill (S. No. 1) to authorize the em-
ployment of volunteers to aid in enforcing
the laws and protecting public property,
167, 168, 194
on the bill (H. R. No. 25) making additional
appropriations for the legislative, execu-
tive, and judicial expenses of the Govern-
ment for the year ending June 30, 1862,
and appropriations of arrearages for the
year ending June 30, 1861.....234, 256, 257
on the bill (No. 2) to increase the military
establishment...
.234, 276, 279
on the joint resolution (S. No. 5) to pay to
the widow of the late Stephen A. Douglas
the amount due to him as a Senator at the
time of his death..........234, 235, 374, 391
on the bill (S. No. 20) authorizing the ap-
pointment of an Assistant Secretary of the
Navy, and fixing the salary of the same,
255, 311, 336

on the bill S. No. 31) to increase the medi-
cal corps of the Navy.........255, 311, 336
on the bill (No. 3) providing for the better
organization of the military establishment,

257, 265, 297, 309, 371, 374
on the bill (S. No. 36) to provide for the con-
struction of one or more armored ships
and floating batteries.....276, 277, 344, 363
on the bill supplementary to the act to au-
thorize a national loan....343, 371, 373, 396
on the bill (H. R. No. 54) to provide increased
revenue from imports, to pay interest on
the public debt.............344, 395, 397, 400
bill (H. R. No. 99) making appropriations to
pay the expenses of investigating committees
of the House and Senate....371,380, 426, 438
Compensation-see Pay.
bill (S. No. 48) providing a commission to ex-
amine and report as to the, of all officers of
the Government.......253, 275, 313, 362, 365

Confiscation of property used for insurrectionary | Crimes, bill (H. R. No. 45) to define and punish
purposes, bill (S. No. 25) for the..........120,

218, 426, 427, 434, 454, 455
remarks on the, by-

Mr. Breckinridge.

Mr. Bright.....
Mr. Collamer..
Mr. McDougall..
Mr. Pearce......
Mr. Powell ....

Mr. Ten Eyck..

.218, 219, 434

..218

...218

...219
....219
...218, 427
..219

Mr. Trumbull.......120, 218, 219, 427, 434
Mr. Wilson.......................

yeas and nays on the....

..219
.219, 434
bill (S. No. 26) to provide for the, belonging
to rebels......
.....11, 120
bill (S. No. 29) for the, of persons in rebellion
against the Constitution and laws of the Uni-
ted States....
........134
bill to authorize the Federal Government to
take personal property in the disloyal States
for public uses, and to forfeit the same if the
owners are found in open rebellion against
the Government.......
.....78
bill (S. No. 35) for the punishment of con-
spiracy and kindred offenses against the Uni-
ted States, and for the, of the offenders...194
bill for the punishment of conspiracy and kin-

dred offenses against the United States, and
for the, of the property of the offenders, 194
Congressional Globe, joint resolution (H. R.No.
9) in relation to the.....
.443, 454
Conspiracies, bill (No. 45) to define and punish
certain..............134, 135, 232, 276, 336, 438
remarks on the, by-
Mr. Bayard.....

Mr. Bright

Mr. Collamer..

Mr. Powell......

Mr. Sumner.......

Mr. Trumbull..............

..232, 233, 234
....277
..233, 277
..276, 277
....277

..232, 233, 276, 277
...234

yeas and nays on the......
Conspiracy, bill for the punishment of, and kin-
dred offenses against the United States, and
for the confiscation of the property of the
offenders....
....194
Constitution of the United States, joint resolution
(S. No. 4) proposing certain amendments to
the........
....62, 78, 433
Consular fees, bill (S. No. 64) to reduce, for ves-
sels running to or between foreign ports, 369,
374, 420, 441
Consular representation, bill (No. 74) to increase
the, of the United States during the present
insurrection......234, 275, 362, 381, 438
Contingent Expenses of the Senate, the Commit-
tee to Audit and Control the......
.17
reports from........
..206, 434, 454
Contracts, bill (S. No. 22) for the protection of
Government
..120
bill (S. No. 43) to prevent and punish fraud on
the part of officers intrusted with the making
of, for the Government.....

.....

........226,

236, 276, 343, 357, 369, 390, 403, 421
Courts, bill (S. No. 39) to provide for holding
the district and circuit, in judicial districts,
during a temporary vacancy in the judgeship,
226, 236, 443, 454
bill (No. 70) for the more efficient organiza-
tion of the, of the United States in the dis-
tricts of Kentucky and Missouri...334, 421
remarks on the, by-
.423, 424
.424
.423, 424, 426
425
..425, 426
.423
.421
.426

Mr. Baker......

Mr. Bayard.........

Mr. Collamer........

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Defenses of Washington, bill (No. 98) making
an appropriation for field fortifications for
the, and elsewhere....... ...........371, 380
Dickins, Asbury, resolution to continue the sal-
ary of......
........434, 450
District of Columbia, the Committee on the...17
bills reported from.......205, 253, 275, 420, 450
District of Columbia, bill (S. No. 23) to organize
a metropolitan police for the city of Wash-
ington, in the........
...120
bill to amend an act to establish an auxiliary
watch for the protection of public and pri-
vate property in the city of Washington,
134, 135
bill for the construction of a railway from the
navy-yard, Washington, to Georgetown, in
the
.........177

bill (S. No. 45) making an appropriation for
the rebuilding and repair of the Long Bridge,
243, 253
bill (S. No. 46) to provide for the construction
of a bridge across the Potomac river....253,

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bill (No. 49) to create a metropolitan police
district of the.................275, 438, 443, 454
bill (No. 61) to amend an act to prohibit the
sale of spirituous liquors and intoxicating
drinks in the, in certain cases.... ......311,
343, 362, 374, 400, 420, 441
bill (S. No. 66) declaring the act to retrocede
the county of Alexandria, in the, to the State
of Virginia, to be unconstitutional, and for
repealing the same.............
......368, 391, 420 ||
bill (S. No. 68) to incorporate the Washington
Railway Company ......434, 443, 450
bill (S. No. 71) authorizing the Alexandria,
Loudoun, and Hampshire Railroad Com-
pany to extend their road within the city of
Washington
..443
Dixon, James, a Senator from Connecticut, 206,
322, 347, 361,262, 402,
434, 443, 450, 451, 454
resolutions by......
.443, 450
remarks on the approval of the acts of the
President.........
.........41, 141, 453
remarks on the memorial of certain citizens of
Connecticut.......
.........118

remarks on the organization of the Army, 187
remarks on the naval peace establishment bill,
358, 359, 360, 361
Documents, bill relative to printing extra num-
bers of messages and reports...... ..362
Doolittle, James R., a Senator from Wisconsin,
1, 53, 109, 114, 177, 178, 332,
346, 361, 451, 452, 454, 455
resolutions by..........
...455
remarks on the organization of the Army...89,
90, 183, 185, 191, 192
remarks on the approval of the acts of the Pres-
ident.........
....144, 393
remarks on the bill to promote the efficiency of
the volunteer forces......
..239, 240
remarks on the objects of the war............259,
262, 265
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54)...........315,
317, 318, 319, 322
remarks on the insurrection and sedition bill,
343, 380

Duties on arms, joint resolution (No. 2) to remit
the, imported into the United States.......21,
27, 40, 234
bill (S. No. 6) to refund and remit the, imported
by States........27, 50, 54, 220, 227, 236, 362
Duties on imports, bill (No. 16) further to provide

for the collection of...50, 54, 62, 83, 109, 234
bill (S. No. 40) to modify and increase the, 217
bill (S. No. 51) in addition to an act further to
provide for the collection of, 297, 331,362, 365
bill (H. R. No. 54) to provide increased revenue
from imports, to pay interest on the public
debt.......
........208, 253,
278, 297, 313, 335, 344, 395, 397, 400, 426
E.

Engineer corps, bill (No. 101) to promote the
efficiency of the engineer and topographical,
Engineers, bill (S. No. 65) to authorize an increase
421, 426, 435, 443, 454
in the corps of, and topographical engineers,
Enlistments against the United States: bill (H. R.
391, 420, 421, 442, 443, 454
No. 86) to punish certain crimes against the
United States...........416, 426, 436, 451, 454
Enlistments in the Navy, bill authorizing addi-
tional.............371, 380, 435, 442, 443
Estella, bill (No. 73) to authorize the issue of a

register to the steamer......234, 275, 288, 362
Exhibition of the industry of all nations, joint

resolution relative to the, to be held in Lon-
don in the year 1862..226, 232, 255, 276, 288
Expenses incurred in defense of the United States,
bill (H. R. No. 69) to indemnify the States
for......
..234, 253, 276, 362

Expulsion of certain Senators, resolution provid-
ing for the..........

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Fasting and prayer, resolution (S. No. 15) re-
questing the President of the United States
to recommend a day of public humiliation,
365, 382, 426, 438, 454
Fees, bill to reduce the consular, for vessels run-
ning to or between foreign ports..........369,
374, 420, 441
Fessenden, William P., a Senator from Maine,
11, 17, 27, 40, 52, 62, 103, 134, 156, 168,
177, 178, 206, 208, 216, 217, 219, 221, 234,
242, 265, 312, 313, 365, 369, 370, 390, 403,
404, 405, 406, 420, 421, 433, 435, 441, 442
remarks on the approval of the acts of the Pres-
ident......41, 42, 45, 46, 47, 208, 335, 392, 453
remarks on the loan bill..62, 109, 110, 127, 128
remarks on the organization of the Army,

86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 163, 179,
180, 183, 184, 192, 193, 210
remarks on the Army appropriation bill...103,
120, 121, 122, 123
remarks on the bill to increase the Army..113,
114, 279
remarks on the naval appropriation bill....120,
135, 136, 137, 144
remarks on the civil appropriation bill, 207, 208
remarks on the legislative appropriation bill,
207, 256
remarks on the supplementary loan bill...219,
220, 265, 308, 343, 373, 396, 397
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54)...........253,
255, 313, 314, 315, 316, 317, 318,
319, 320, 321, 322, 323, 344, 396
remarks on the bill for the construction of float-
ing batteries........... 257, 344, 346, 347, 364
remarks on the objects of the war..259, 260, 265
remarks on the insurrection and sedition bill,
341, 342, 343, 364, 373
remarks on the naval appropriation bill, (No.
96).......
.400, 401, 402
Finance, the Committee on........ .......17, 207
....27, 62,

...

.424, 425
425, 426
422, 423, 426

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Cowan, Edgar, a Senator from Pennsylvania,
215, 226, 243, 276, 370, 395

remarks on the insurrection and sedition bill,
340, 372, 375

remarks on the organization of courts in Ken-
tucky and Missouri......
.....425, 426
Crime of piracy, bill (No. 55) supplementary to
an act to protect the commerce of the United
States and punish the.......234, 275, 421, 426

Mr. McDougall..

Mr. Nesmith..

Mr. Trumbull............................

joint resolution (S. No. 5) to pay the widow
of the late, the amount due to him as a Sen-
ator at the time of his death....... ......206,

220, 221, 234, 235, 374, 391, 420, 441

103, 109, 219, 227, 253, 275, 297, 308, 400
Fines and penalties, bill authorizing the Secre-
tary of the Treasury to remit, incurred in
certain cases......

............................ 194, 234, 276
Fisheries, bill (S. No. 57) repealing all daws
allowing bounties on the tonnage of vessels
engaged in the bank and other cod.......362,
368, 420, 447

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..347

..347
..363
...346

Mr. Ten Eyck......236, 256, 257, 345, 363
Mr. Thomson.......345, 346, 347, 363, 364
Mr. Trumbull.......
...364
yeas and nays on the.....
.347, 364
Floating battery, joint resolution (H. R. No. 1)
authorizing the appointment of examiners to
examine a steam, at Hoboken, New Jer-
sey..
.....208, 218, 234, 276
Foot, Solomon, a Senator from Vermont......21,
62, 82, 156, 216
remarks on the organization of the Army....86
election of, as President pro tempore of the Sen-
.177

ate.....

Foreign Relations, the Committee on............17
reports from......
.226, 253
Fortifications, bill (S. No. 63) making appropria-
tions for.......... ...369, 426, 427, 438, 454
bill (No. 98) making an appropriation for field,
for the defenses of the city of Washington,
371, 380
Fort Sumter, bill (No. 23) for the relief of certain
musicians and soldiers stationed at, in South
Carolina.............120, 123, 206, 234, 276
Foster, Lafayette S., a Senator from Connecticut,
79, 133, 134, 156, 232, 253, 402, 417, 438, 453
resolutions by...
.....417
remarks on the employment of volunteers,
51, 54
remarks on the organization of the Army...87,
162, 163, 164, 166
remarks on the bill to increase the Army,
114, 127
remarks on the memorial of F. P. Stanton,
406, 407, 439, 440, 441
Fraud, bill (S. No. 43) to prevent and punish, on
the part of officers intrusted with the making
of contracts for the Government..........226,
236, 276, 343, 357, 369, 390, 403, 421
G.

Grimes, James W., a Senator from Iowa...1, 16,
17, 40, 62, 78, 133, 144, 156, 168, 177, 178,
205, 206, 207, 215, 216, 217, 218, 221, 232,
236, 237, 253, 275, 288, 312, 357, 358, 368,
391, 404, 406, 407, 420, 443, 450, 451, 454
resolutions by....
..1, 206, 232, 357
remarks on the approval of the acts of the
President.........
.....45, 393
remarks on the employment of volunteers...53,
80, 82
remarks on the organization of the Army...85,
86, 87, 88, 90, 91, 157, 160, 161, 163, 165, 166,
167, 179, 181, 185, 193, 235, 310, 371, 372
remarks on the bill to increase the Army...112,
113, 114, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127
remarks on the Army appropriation bill...120,

121
remarks on the naval appropriation bill...135,
136, 137
remarks on the hill for the construction of
floating batteries........
..205,
256, 344, 345, 346, 347, 363, 364
remarks on the bill to promote the efficiency of
the volunteer forces....
..239, 241, 242
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54) 315,
320, 321, 336, 395, 396, 398
remarks on the naval peace establishment bill,
358, 359, 360, 361
remarks on the insurrection and sedition bill,
381, 382
remarks on the naval appropriation bill, (No.
96)................
.......401, 402
remarks on the memorial of F. P. Stanton,
406, 407

H.

Hale, John P., a Senator from New Hamp-
shire.......
..........1, 10, 11,
16, 18, 21, 27, 40, 62, 78, 79, 80, 82, 83,
84, 102, 103, 119, 134, 135, 154, 177, 178,
215, 216, 232, 236, 243, 253, 255, 256, 257,
275, 279, 297, 309, 311, 344, 362, 365, 368,

369, 391, 406, 417, 434, 435, 443, 450, 454
resolutions by, 1, 11, 16, 27, 79, 243, 434, 454
remarks relative to a retired list........ ..17
remarks on the approval of the acts of the Pres-
ident...
.....41, 42, 297
remarks on the employment of volunteers,
50, 51
remarks on the organization of the Army,

86, 87, 88, 89, 158, 160, 161, 162,
163, 164, 165, 166, 235, 309, 310, 311
remarks on the admission of the Senators from
Virginia...........
..105
remarks on the bill to increase the Army...124
remarks on the naval appropriation bill, 135, 136
remarks on the revenue marine bill.....

remarks on the objects of the war..
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54)..

..237,
238, 239
257, 260
....253,

254, 255, 315, 320, 322
remarks on the bill for the construction of float-
ing batteries............277, 344, 345, 363, 364
remarks on the naval peace establishment bill,
332, 358, 359, 360, 361
remarks on the insurrection and sedition bill,
342, 364
remarks personal and explanatory
..362
remarks on the Maryland resolutions, 418, 419
Harris, Ira, a Senator from New York ...134,
206, 217, 218, 311, 362, 404, 423, 434, 436
remarks on the organization of the Army, 88,
90, 91, 180, 181, 182, 183
remarks on the bill to increase the Army, 110,
115, 123
remarks on the Army appropriation bill....123
remarks on the objects of the war......258, 259
remarks on insurrection and sedition bill...372

Howe, Timothy O., a Senator from Wisconsin,
253, 260, 347, 362, 401
resolutions by...............
....253
remarks on the employment of volunteers, 53,
80, 81, 82
remarks on the organization of the Army, 191
remarks on the bill to increase the Army...126
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54)......314, 315
remarks personal and explanatory............362
remarks on approving of the acts of the Presi-
dent.

....393

remarks on insurrection and sedition bill, 381
remarks on the Maryland resolutions, 419, 420
-Humiliation, fasting, and prayer, joint resolution
(S. No. 15) requesting the President of the
United States to recommend a day of pub-
lic.......
..365, 382, 426, 438, 454
Hunter, Lieutenant Charles, joint resolution (S.
No. 13) to place the name of, on the active-
service list of the Navy.................288, 311
Harlan, James, a Senator from Iowa, 274, 365,382

I.

.17
.454

Indemnification of States for expenses incurred
by them in defense of the United States, bill
(H. R. No. 69) to provide for the........234,
253, 276, 362
Indian Affairs, the Committee on.............
discharged from subjects..........
Industry of all nations, joint resolution (S. No.
9) relative to the exhibition of the, to be
holden in London in the year 1862...... .226,
232, 255, 276, 288
Insurrection and sedition, bill (S. No.33) to sup-
press.......167, 275, 336, 364, 372, 374, 381
Interior Department, calls for information upon

the

..312

communications from the.......
....365
Investigating committees, bill (No. 99) making
appropriation to pay the expenses of the,
of the House of Representatives and Senate,
appointed the first session of the Thirty-
Seventh Congress, and of the commission
authorized to examine and report as to the
compensation of all officers of the Govern-
ment......
......................................371, 380, 426, 438

J.
James's projectiles for rifled cannon, joint resolu-
tion (S. No. 16) authorizing an examination
of...........
368, 434, 442, 454

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..440, 441

...441

Mr. Sherman...
Mr. Ten Eyck
Mr. Trumbull..............407, 439, 450, 452
yeas and nays on the........
Kennedy, Anthony, a Senator from Maryland,
50, 193, 242, 274, 312, 400, 401, 417
resolutions by...........
...312
remarks on the approval of the acts of the
President.......
..42, 43
remarks on the objects of the war, 259, 260, 265
remarks on the Maryland resolutions, 417, 419
King, Preston, a Senator from New York, 27, 80,

128, 156, 215, 217, 220, 221, 312, 365, 402,
405, 420, 433, 438, 442, 443, 451, 452, 454
remarks on the approval of the acts of the
President...........41, 42, 45, 46, 47, 452, 453
remarks on the organization of the Army...85,

87, 91, 165, 167, 184, 194, 371, 372
remarks on the bill to increase the Army... 110,
114, 123, 126, 127, 220, 221
remarks on the Army appropriation bill...122,
123
remarks on the revenue marine bill....237, 239
remarks on the bill to promote the efficiency of
the volunteer forces....... ..239, 241, 243
remarks on the supplementary loan bill, 308, 309
remarks on the revenue bill, (No. 54)......318,
398, 399

remarks on insurrection and sedition bill, 342
remarks on the memorial of F. P. Stanton in
relation to his appointment as a Senator from
Kansas........82, 406, 407, 436, 440, 441, 452

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remarks on employment of volunteers...50, 53
remarks on the organization of the Army, 87,

88, 161, 163, 165, 181, 186, 187, 189, 190, 192
remarks on the bill to increase the Army, 113,
114, 125
remarks on the insurrection and sedition bill,
364, 373, 377
remarks on the approval of the acts of the
President.....
...392
Lane, Henry S., a Senator from Indiana.....102,
362, 438
remarks on the approval of the acts of the
President.......
.........43, 142, 143
remarks on the organization of courts in Ken-
tucky and Missouri
..421
remarks on the memorial of F. P. Stanton,
439, 440

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